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1 Part 2: Earpiece 4 Round extrusion Radial pattern Chamfered edge To create this part, you'll use some of the same extrusion techniques you used in the lens part. The only difference in this part is that the extrusion is round. You'll learn how to insert a hole into a solid, then learn how to use the hole to create a pattern of identical features from it. There are several types of patterns and they are extremely useful for repetitive features. This particular pattern, the radial pattern, is commonly used for bolt hole circles. All the patterned features are associated with a parent feature, also called the pattern leader. When the parent is edited, all the children or associated features, update accordingly. Technique or Feature Insert Protrusion (Internal Sketch) Chamfers Holes Hole Patterns Where Introduced 4-10 Getting Started with Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire

2 Create the Earpiece Protrusion 3D circle with strong dimensions Use the Circle tool in the Sketcher toolbar to draw a circle and let the cursor snap to the intersection of the horizontal and vertical reference lines. In Sketcher, enter a diameter dimension of In the Extrude dashboard, enter a thickness of The chamfer dimension is (The chamfer is a separate feature from the round extrusion, created with the Chamfer tool. Don t try to create it from within the Extrude dashboard.) Watch Video Modeling the Cell Phone - Part 2: Earpiece 4-11

3 Create the First Hole Use the Hole tool to specify the dimensions and the location of the pattern leader hole. There are various ways to position a hole on a solid. In this example, you ll use a radial hole, which is defined by 1) a surface to lie on, 2) an axis to be offset from, and 3) a plane to use as a zero degree reference for rotating about the axis from which it is offset. You ll use the extrusion surface, the extrusion center axis and the Top datum plane as these references. 1. Click Insert > Hole. The Hole dashboard opens. 2. Click the front surface of the earpiece. The hole is placed in preview outline. Several handles extrude from the outline. Two of them define the ends of the axis line. One defines the diameter. The remaining two are the reference handles. The hole in preview mode, before referencing Reference handles Diameter handle Axis handles 3. In the dashboard, you can enter the diameter, 0.75, and the depth, Click the Placement panel on the dashboard, and set the hole type to Radial. Leave the panel open. 5. To place the first radial reference, drag one of the reference handles to the extrusion s axis. (Be sure axes are displayed.) The handle should snap to the axis and show as a white square with a black dot if it is referencing the axis properly. The axis will also appear in the Placement panel as a secondary reference Getting Started with Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire

4 The radial hole referenced 6. To place the second reference, drag the second reference handle to the Top datum plane. The datum should highlight, and the handle should snap to it and show as a dot in the square. The datum plane should appear in the Placement panel as a secondary reference. 7. With the two handles placed, enter 2.50 for the axial distance value in the Placement panel. This places the hole 2.50 from the axis. Enter 0 for the datum plane s angular value. This centers the hole on the datum plane. 8. Click to close the Placement panel, then click the Check icon in the dashboard to accept the feature. Watch Video Reference handles: one on the axis, and one on the Top datum plane. Top datum plane Create the Radial Pattern Now you ll create a radial pattern based on the first hole. It is easier to understand patterning if you think of it as repeating dimensions rather than repeating features, although it is the feature that is repeated. In the setup process for patterning you are asked to identify dimensions that indicate the direction in which you want to repeat the pattern and to specify how many instances, including the original, that you want. 1. Select the hole in the Model Tree. From the right mouse button shortcut menu, click Pattern. The Pattern dashboard opens. The dimensions for the hole feature are activated. Modeling the Cell Phone - Part 2: Earpiece 4-13

5 2. You need a total of six items around the hole s radial dimension, which is now set to 0. You express the pattern as follows: Increase the selected dimension by 60 degrees. Do it 6 times. On your model, double-click the 0 dimension, and enter 60. Press Enter. If you open the Dimensions panel, you will see the dimension in the Direction 1 list, with 60 as the increment value. Close the Dimension panel. 3. Now specify how many times to perform this increment. In the text box for the first direction in the dashboard, enter 6 and press Enter. 4. Click the Check icon on the dashboard to accept the feature. The pattern is added to the Model Tree in place of the original hole, which is now part of the pattern. 5. Save and close earpiece.prt. Watch Video Finished pattern The pattern is parametric and associative, in that if you change the diameter, or any other dimension of the leader feature, the patterned features will update to the new value. If you add a feature to the leader feature, for example a round on the edge of the hole, you can pass the new feature on to the patterned holes. Summary You ve now created the second part and have learned how to repeat selected dimensions to create a pattern as a feature. In the next exercise you ll learn some more advanced methods for applying parametric constraints in Sketcher and how to use an extrusion to specify an area of material to remove Getting Started with Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire

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